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Odds and Ends 50

October 18, 2017

While looking for Guiding Light information, I sometimes find things that I think are of interest relating to other soaps. This collection of Odds and Ends related to various soaps that someone may want to know some time. Look for another odds and ends post soon.

Find an article celebrating 30 years of CBS Soaps in Depth in its April 17, 2017 issue.

Soap Opera Digest reports on its part for its 40th Anniversary in the March 21, 2016 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Find all the nominees for the 2017 Daytime Emmys in the April 17, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

“Why Soaps Are Suddenly Hotter Than Ever” find it in the April 15, 2013 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

“For Many Actors, Soap Opera Parties Are Strictly Business” gives an insider’s scoop on soap parties in the November 4, 1986 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

“How Stars Pull Off Those Song and Dance Scenes” find it in the August 7, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Stone Cates wasn’t on General Hospital for that long, but through his death from AIDS early in the epidemic, his role in infecting Robin, and his relationship with Sonny Corinthos he had last effect. He recently made a rare return as ghost/hallucination Stone. Catch up with his actor on Michael Sutton in the August 7, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

In the August 7, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest there is a current photo of Randolph Mantooth from The Hollywood Show at the Westin LAX. He’s posed with his character’s call box from his hit series Emergency!

Find the vows for Steve “Patch” Johnson and Kayla Brady Johnson from their Days of Our Lives February 14, 2017 wedding in the April 17, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth. It also includes a description of the wedding and a section on their weddings past.

Beth Maitland was given a retrospective feature celbrating her on and off 30 years on The Young and the Restless as Traci Abbott. Find it in the August 7, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

A roundup of current daytime stars report their schedule on a typical day April 15, 2013 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

The cast of the late, lamented soap Passions reunited for a fan event earlier this year. Check out a big collection of photos in the August 14, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Kate Mansi (Abigail Deveraux Dimera on Days of Our Lives) gives the behind the scenes on Abby and Chad’s wedding including her rewriting the vows in the March 21, 2013 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Find the vows for Wyatt Spencer and Steffy Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful for their April 1, 2016 wedding in the July 25, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth. It also includes a description of the wedding with photos.

Carly Schroeder who last appeared as Scotty Baldwin’s daughter on Port Charles has followed her “father” to General Hospital as part of a tribute to Scotty’s father Lee Baldwin whose actor recently died. Schroeder last appearled as Serena Baldwin in 2003. Read more in the July 31, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Having received the rights back to All My Children and One Life to Live, ABC daytime is in discussions of what characters they may bring over. Read more about it in the January 30, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Marry in haste, repent in leisure, check out the round up of sudden marriages that ended in divorce with photos in the October 17, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Check out a tribute with photos to Kin Shriner‘s (Scotty Baldwin on General Hospital) 40th anniversary of his run on soaps in the August 14, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Check out the backstage story to the Olivia Falconerie and Ned Quartermaine’s wedding in the July 31, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Tom Degnan (Adam Munson on As The World Turns) married actress Erin Cummings on July 2, 2016. His ATWT brother Bill Mangnussen (Casey Hughes) was a groomsman. Get more information and see a photo in the August 8, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Check out a behind the scenes feature on Michael Stich a long term director on The Bold and the Beautiful.

In honor of The Bold and the Beautiful‘s 30th anniversary there is a focus on Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan Forrester) and John McCook (Eric Forrester) who are the sole remaining original cast members. Find it in the April 17, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

The marble floor in the reception area of Forrester Creation is painted on the back of linoleum as described in the April 17, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Sitcom favorites Jim O’Heir of Parks and Recreation and Monica Horan of Everybody Loves Raymond have a continuing cameo showing up anytime someone has to fly somewhere. Read about their first appearence on The Bold and the Beautiful in the August 8, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Jess Walton (the longest running Jill Abbott on The Young and the Restless) is in the process of writing her biography and she discusses it in the April 17, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Morgan Fairchild (who needs no introduction to soap fans) is the subject of a retrospective tied to her assumption of the role of villian Anjelica on Days of Our Lives. It’s in the July 31, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest. A later episode carried a correction as they identify her character on Friends as Chandler Bing’s father instead of his mother in this article.

Hayley Erin (Kiki Jerome on General Hospital) talks about her character and what she thinks. Her new pairing with Dillon Quartermaine [Killon] is magic. Read about it in the January 30, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

John McCook‘s granddaughter Charlotte Constantin appeared as Young Steffy on The Bold and the Beautiful in a voice over during December 2016. See more and a photo in December 26, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Catherine Bach (Anita, Chelsea’s mom on The Young and the Restless) is best known for being Daisy on the Dukes of Hazzard. She is featured in an interview in the August 8, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth. She talks about her latest venture, a boutique in Nashville, Tennesee.

Check out a feature on Anna Maria Horsford (Vivienne Avant, Maya’s mother on The Bold and the Beautiful) formerly of Amen in the September 19, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Hillary B. Smith (Margo Dixon Hughes #2 on As the World Turns) is bringing her One Life to Live character Nora Buchanan to General Hospital in February 2017.
http://tvline.com/2017/02/07/general-hospital-hillary-b-smith-nora-buchanan-interview

See photos of Jacqueline MacInnes Wood‘s run as Steffy Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful in the September 19, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Fenmore on The Young and the Restless) has been featured on Greyhound’s Ride of Fame. Her photo is on a New York City bus. Read all about it and see a photo in the October 16, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

There is an interview with Mal Young when he became Executive Producer of The Young and the Restless in the July 25, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Farrah Dubose who co-stars with Eileen Davidson (Ashley Abbott) on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, appeared on The Young and the Restless in December 2016. See the article in the December 26, 2016 CBS Soaps in Depth.

Celebrating the 11,000th episode of the The Young and the Restless, the September 19, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth features a collection of photos through the years and interviews with Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki Newman) and Eric Braden (Victor Newman).

Tonya Pinkins is a Tony Award winner her played Heather Dalton one of the teens from the mid-1980s on As the World Turns. Find a feature article on her in the October 17, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Look back on Doug Davidson‘s 38 years on The Young and the Restless as everyone’s favorite private eye Paul Williams in the December 26, 2016 CBS Soaps in Depth. He also told a story about how he spectacularly failed to learn to Tango as part of a Cricket and Paul storyline.

See a round up of the Jennifer Horton Deveraux on Days of Our Lives in the October 17, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

The August 8, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth calls out a recent line from The Young and the Restless. Victor Newman to his true love Nikki Reed Newman “From the first moment I laid eyes on you, until the last breath I will take, it has always been you.”

Obba Babatunde (Julius Avant, Maya’s father on The Bold and the Beautiful) tells the story about how helping a fan at a concert later got him a role. Read the full story in September 19, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

During 2016 La-Z-Boy offered a series of commercials spoofing soaps called “As the Room Turns.” Read more in the July 25, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Jean Passanante was a writer for One Life to Live, Another World, All My Children, As the World Turns, The Young and the Restless, and General Hospital. She announced her retirement — thank goodness. Read about it in the June 26, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Port Charles attempted a hail Mary by transforming into a telenovela format where stories were broken into “books.” Between December 2000 and October 2003 they ran 12 books “Fate,” “Time in a Bottle,” “Tainted Love,” “Tempted,” “Miracles Happen,” “Secrets,” “Superstition,” “Torn,” “Naked Eyes,” “Surrender,” “Desire,” and “The Gift.” Read more about them in the April 15, 2013 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Daniella Alonso (Pilar Diego #2 on As the World Turns) tells why her character was killed off after 3 months in the August 11, 2011 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

When TPTB first wrote the Patty Williams comes back crazy storyline they made every effort to bring Carolyn Conwell back as Mary Williams the mother of both Patty and Paul. However, Conwell is retired and despite their best efforts she turned down the offer to return even for a day. Doug Davidson (Paul Williams) says he talked to her about it herself in her August 11, 2011 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

An article on Melissa Brennan (now Reeves) has a photo of her character with David Hasselhoff when he played his Knight Rider character on Santa Barbara in the December 30, 1986 issue of Soap Opera Digest. Here’s a clip of it in German I think.

In a long overdue move back on June 21, 2011 a real life version of Jabot rolled out. It was sadly dogged by not having a clear rights and is no longer in business. Read about the roll out and all the products available in the August 1, 2011 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

An article in the December 30, 1986 issue of Soap Opera Digest talks about extra perks actors and actresses get when they are recognized.

Find a memorialfor Anthony Herrera, the one and only James Stenbeck on As the World Turns, for his death June 21, 2011 in the August 11, 2011 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

In the December 30, 1986 issue of Soap Opera Digest a fan asks about the WSB on General Hospital. It stands for World Security Bureau. It’s an international espionage group that Sean, Anna, and Robert all were agents at one time.

Ron Carlivati was interviewed about taking over as head writer on Days of Our Lives in the February 27, 2017 issue of Soap Opera Digest. His material just started airing.

The December 30, 1986 issue of Soap Opera Digest has summaries of 18 daytime and primetime soap operas.

Towards the ends of its run the General Hospital spin off Port Charles tried to copy the telenovela format by dividing the stories into books from December 2000 through October 2003. They had 12 books: “Fate,” “Time in a Bottle,” “Tainted Love,” “Tempted,” “Miracles Happen,” “Secrets,” “Superstition,” “Torn,” “Naked Eyes,” “Surrender,” “Desire,” and “The Gift.” Read more in the April 15, 2013 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Carol Robbins Evans, a long time loyal  secretary to Jack Abbott on The Young and the Restless, used a cane because her actress Christopher Templeton used a cane in real life after a childhood battle with polio according to the November 4, 1986 issue of Soap Opera Digest.  Templeton would later pass on in 2011 from breast cancer. http://soapcentral.com/yr/news/2011/0223-templeton_obit.php

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Kathleen Widdoes (Emma Snyder on As the World Turns) talks about being on the show especially off camera jokes about Emma’s bull Boris which slowly made it on camera. Learn more in the November 4, 1986 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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Restaurants Only on Soaps

September 13, 2017

As part of my on-going creation of a directory for all things soap, I’m adding a list of restaurants. Consider this a mid-point draft that I’ll hope to update. Check out my list and thanks to those who contributed.

Guiding Light

Company was the casual family dining next door to the Reardon Boarding House. It went through several name variations over the year, but it was always popular, especially with hospital staff since it was directly across from Cedars Hospital.

5th Street Diner aka Cooper Diner aka Wheels and Meals Diner was on 5th Street, a mom and pop family place for diner food.

Lakeland Country Club was the fashionable place for big events. You could do casual fine dining in the restaurant, but normally it was a place for special events.

Len’s Ice Cream Parlor aka Murray’s was briefly a popular spot in town for ice cream which was retconned back to Michelle’s childhood.

Little Havana was a Cuban restaurant favored by the Santos family. It was never shown onscreen.

Millennium was a nightclub that also served as a bar close to the new Millennium.

Towers was a fine dinning restaurant located on the top floor of Blakewood Towers. It was known for its view on the city. It did both dining in and had a very active to-go business.

Wired For Sound was a disco restaurant in the early 1980s.

Bauer BBQ mentioned UltraMart supermarket and Grohmans (spelling?) Delecatesent.

As the World Turns

Al’s Diner – Al’s Diner, currently owned by Henry Coleman, has been a major part of the series for years, with many characters having either worked there when they were young or when they were down on their luck. The menu has changed a lot (Carly brought in a line of more healthy foods, Janet brought in some Italian influence, Vienna brought in Scandinavian).

Mona Lisa’s aka Diana’s – Diana McColl was Whit McColl’s daughter, Lisa Miller et al’s step-daughter. During Diana’s unsuccessful time in Oakdale she started a restaurant on a yatcht. It was known as Diana’s. When Diana left town, step-mother Lisa bought the place and renamed it after herself – complete with a painting of herself as Mona Lisa in the foyer.

All My Children

The Serving Spoon was kind of like a gourmet goodie shop. Characters would always go there to pick up food for their picnics.

Thanks to Sadie Soaper for helping with this section.

The Bold and the Beautiful

A fancy restaurant with an outdoor seating area, patronized by the Forresters, is Il Giardino.

Café Russe is another five star restaurant.

Insomnia aka Dayzee’s is a coffee shop. It was run by the Spectra family. Later it reopened as part of Stephanie Forrester’s campaign to help the homeless as they were involved with both the running the cafe and a payment system where you paid what you could. Dayzee, Donna’s biological son’s wife who Stephanie befriended at a homeless shelter, took over after Stephanie’s death and rechristened it Dayzee’s. Maya and Rick later got involved there when she sang there and he was working some volunteer shifts.

Bikini Bar  is an outdoor bar with a pool near the beach. Most people wear swimsuits there.

*Thanks to  and  for help with this section.

Days of Our Lives

Brady Pub is a typical bar with food which is a family business of the Brady family who often end up working there or living above it.

On Days of Our Lives Sonny’s club is called Club TBD. It started as a place filler calling the club To Be Determined, but they eventually grew to like it and kept it. Read more about it in the Oct. 14, 2014 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Chez Rouge was Maggie Horton’s fine dining establishment. When Maggie was assumed dead in one of Days everybody’s dead, but not really storylines, the Salem Stalker, Bonnie Lockhart married Maggie’s husband Mickey Horton and took over the restaurant changing it to a country western bar named Alice’s.

Blondie’s – no addition information.

Thanks to Keisha Fishback, Lori Besserer for helping with this section.

General Hospital

Floating Rib aka Jake’s – a bar formerly owned by Luke Spencer.

Gene’s Place  is a bar/restaurant combo that first aired in 2016.

The Haunted Star, originally a Cassadine yacht, is now a nightclub run by Lulu Spencer-Falconeri.

Kelley’s – a bar

Metro Court Restaurant located in the Metro Court hotel and is owned by Carly and Olivia Falconeri. It’s a posh place where they have both business meals and celebrate special occasions. It has an active bar.

Perks is a coffee shop chain.

Ruby’s – no additional information

Triple L – where we first met Lucy.

Thanks to , Lori Besserer and Traci Fenton for helping with this section.

One Life to Live

Bonjour Cafe was in Paris, Texas when Vicki Lord ended up and met future husband Charlie. When the local cafe burnt down Charlie built a replica in Lanview.

Thanks to Priscilla Jeneen Hunt for helping with this section.

Ryan’s Hope

Ryan’s Bar – the central location on soap was this bar run by the titular family.

Young and the Restless

Crimson Lights Coffee Shop – came in when Nick was SORASed and has been a major force and setting on the show ever since. First owners weren’t in story, but then Sharon and Nick bought it. They eventually sold it to Kevin who sold it to Dylan. When Dylan went into witness protection and left town, he returned the coffee house to Sharon. After Sharon and Nick’s daughter Cassie died they named the outdoor patio Cassie’s Corner complete with her portrait. This is now only mentioned when current story involves a reference to Cassie and her painting is normally covered up. It is located in a historic district in town that was once under threat from redevelopment. Previous stories have disagreed over the building is owned by the coffee shop or not.

GCAC aka Genoa City Athletic Club – has a restaurant and bar as part of a club that also includes a hotel, event/conference facility, and gym facilities. It has been run by Gina Roma and Lily and Cane Ashby.

Gina’s – was run by Gina Roma (she anglicized from Romalotti) who was Danny Romalotti’s sister. She served as maitre d and was known for her sensible advice and friendly ear. The specialty of the house was lasagna. Gina also sang at the club. Gina’s was a staple of Geona City for many years until Kevin Fisher burnt it down in an attempt to kill Colleen Carlton (Brad and Traci’s daughter) which proved unsuccessful thanks to Colleen’s boyfriend JT Hellstrom heroically pulling her out of the flames. After it burnt down she managed the restaurant of the Geona City Athletic Club but gradually faded out of the show.

Gloworm – Gloria Fisher and her husband Jeffery Bardwell ran this restaurant named in honor of Gloria. It was sort of a middle of the road restaurant definitely above a diner, but not fine dining.

The Saigon Shack – was a Vietnamese restaurant run by Jack Abbott’s lost love Luan who he married and she later died. It was mentioned on screen in 2017.

The Underground is a bar opened by Nick Newman after one of his defections from Newman. Nick’s son Noah and assorted young people worked at the bar which also featured live music including Noah himself and Reed Halstrom. The bar is literally underground and has a cramped feeling. It never has many customers. When Nick was dating Avery Bailey Clark (Phyllis’s sister), he gave her a reserved booth.

Thanks to Gwen White and Brandi Nicole Anderson for helping with this section.

Thanks to Priscilla Jeneen Hunt for several name suggestions for different soaps.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

TV Shows Only in Soapdom Update 2017

August 9, 2017

Thanks to tips from several different readers we have fleshed out our list. Are we still missing any? Exact names preferred, but if you can describe which characters were on it on what show that helps too.

DAYTIME

All My Children

Erica Kane hosted the talk show Cutting Edge. Todd Martin also served as producer and host. A later show was called New Beginnings.

Kane was also former producer and host of Nothing But the Truth

Another World

Felicia Gallant hosted the talk show Jam Session (formerly Breakfast with Felicia)

As the World Turns

Kim Hughes hosted a local talk show for a long time called Patterns

Katie Peretti and Brad Snyder hosted the talk show Oakdale Now

WOAK local news hosted by Molly Conlin and Katie Peretti (at different times),  produced by Henry Coleman

The Bold and the Beautiful

Pam Douglas and Donna Logan Forrester hosted the Spencer Publications produced fashion show The Catwalk.

Days of Our Lives

Jack and Jennifer Deveraux hosted the talk show In the House from their house. Jennifer had previously been a TV reporter.

General Hospital

Christina Comes for Christmas was a classic Christmas movie like Miracle on 34th Street. It also appeared on One Life to Live, it was a Ron C creation. Black & white clips were filmed and shown on screen.

Guiding Light

Chelsea Reardon and Johnny Bauer hosted the talk show One on One

Nadine Cooper hosted The Love Bug

Reva Shayne Lewis hosted the talk show The Reva Lewis Show (She was eventually fired because the owners thought she was too old, setting off a drinking spree, Josh bought the station to get her show back, but she decided she didn’t want to do it anymore.) Previously Reva had occasionally covered local news stories as a reporter.

The Law a rip off of Cops focusing on local Springfield police.
https://glmanny.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/the-law

WSPR local news – Dinah Marler was the station owner and frequent on air talent

One Life to Live

Access Llanview was a tabloid type show hosted by Wendy Williams  and later Carolina Bermudez

Dorian Lord hosted The View on Llanview.

Fraternity Row was a long time soap within a soap
https://glmanny.wordpress.com/2012/01/13/oltl-gives-meaning-of-soaps

Don’t have a confirmation of this title but You Never Know Tomorrow was a rival soap to Fraternity Row

The Daisy Awards were the equivalent of the Daytime Emmys:
http://www.welovesoaps.net/2009/07/classic-clip-daisy-awards-1989.html

Christina Comes for Christmas was a classic Christmas movie like Miracle on 34th Street, also appeared on General Hospital. Black & white clips were filmed and shown on screen. See General Hospital section.

The Young and the Restless

In 2007, Jill Abbott and Gloria Baldwin Fischer Abbott served as celebrity judges on the fashion contest reality show Extreme Catwalk. See a photo and read about it in the April 17, 2017 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

GC Buzz is a local gossip show. After he didn’t like the new story Devon Hamilton purchased the show and installed his wife Hillary as the new host in 2016. Hillary got the entire show/network? in 2017 and renamed the show The Hillary Hour. However, it’s very confusing what this show actually is because it’s watched online, on TVs, and sometimes they act like it “airs” at a specific time and other times it seems like they release episodes or even single stories whenever they feel like it. It’s very confusing.

PRIMETIME

Castle

Temptation Lane was a soap that Richard Castle’s mother appeared on years ago an on whose set Caskett solved a murder. Included in the “cast” was Rebecca Budig and Corbin Bernsen.

Love Boat

Carol Channing guested as a leading lady who had been on Mercy Hospital for 6 months.

Newhart

Vermont Today was Dick Louden (Bob Newhart)’s talk show.

Psych

During the second series Gus and Shawn solve a murder on the set of the telenovela Explosion Gigantesca de Romance. Shawn goes undercover joining the cast as “Chad” the delivery boy.
http://www2.usanetwork.com/series/psych/theshow/episodeguide/episodes/s2_homicidio/index.html

Twin Peaks

Invitation To Love was a soap opera the first season.

Can you think of any more TV only shows from Daytime or Primetime?

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Couple Codes Update July 2017

July 27, 2017

Here’s my latest update on creating a list of couple code aka smoosh names aka the names people create for couples by combing their names. For example Manny is Michelle Bauer Santos and Danny Santos and Marony is Marah Lewis and Tony Santos. I’ve posted the list from other soaps before, but I’ve been trying to post quarterly updates to help get suggestions who I’ve missed. I’ve added more since last time, but please check for your favorites (or even the not so favorite couples you can remember). I’m a long way from having all of them for all soaps here. I think I have finally collected most of the Guiding Light couple codes, but I’m adding those below and am now branching out to collect other soaps. The shows and the names are listed in alphabetical order. All couples are eligible to be included if they are on a daytime soap opera and have a commonly used nickname or code.  I threw a few primetime ones on at the bottom too, just for fun. This list is by no means complete at this point, but I found with my work with the Guiding Light list that people tend to respond more after they see what you have.

I also have reserved a spot on the the list for anyone with a nickname that might be confused with a couple code. For example, on the Guiding Light list I’ve included Cleva for Clone Reva. So here are the couples whose name I’ve remember or had suggested to me so far. If you spot I’m missing one from any daytime soap, please let me know on Facebook, Twitter, in the comments below or by e-mailing me at Robansuefarm@hotmail.com

All My Children

BAM – Bianca Montgomery and Maggie Stone

Greenleo – Greenlee Smythe and Leo du Pres

Jamanda – Dr. Joseph “Jake” Henry Martin Jr. and Amanda Dillion

Jannie – Adam Chandler III and Adam Lavery

Minx – Bianca Montgomery and Marisa Ramirez, Binx was Bianca’s nickname.

Rylee – Ryan Lavery and Greenlee Smythe

Zendall – Kendall Hart and Zach Slater

As the World Turns

NutMeg – Meg Snyder once she went around the bend.

Benry – Barbara Ryan and Henry Coleman

CarJack – Carly Tenney and Jack Snyder

HEM – Hal Munson and Emily Stewart

Jacket – Jack Snyder and Janet Ciccone

Linden – Lily Walsh and Holden Snyder

LuRe – Luciano “Luke” Snyder and Reid Oliver

Lusty – Lucy Montgomery and Dusty Donovan

Nuke – Noah Mayer and Luciano “Luke” Snyder

PEG – Paul Ryan and Meg Snyder

PEM – Paul Ryan and Emily Stewart

Willen – Will Munson and Gwen Norbeck

The Bold and the Beautiful

$Bill – Dollar Bill – Nickname for Bill Spencer

Batie – Bill Spencer and Katie Logan

Breacon – Brooke Logan and Deacon Sharpe

Bricky – Brooke Logan and Nick Marone

Bridge – Brooke Logan and Ridge Forrester

Brill – Brooke Logan and Bill Spencer

CaRidge – Caroline Spencer Forrester and Ridge Forrester

CarMas – Caroline Spencer and Thomas Forrester

DeQuinn – Deacon Sharpe and Quinn Fuller

Hott – Hope Logan and Wyatt Spencer

Kari – Katie Logan and Ridge Forrester aka Kridge

Kridge – Katie Logan and Ridge Forrester aka Kari (I don’t really acknowledge this as it sounds like something you’d scrape out of a fish filter)

Livy – Liam Spencer and Ivy Forrester

Lope – Liam Spencer and Hope Logan

Nicket – Nick Marone and Bridget Logan

Queric – Quinn Fuller and Eric Forrester

Quiam – Quinn Fuller and Liam Spencer

Quidge – Quinn Fuller and Ridge Forrester

Ramber – Rick Forrester and Amber Moore

Rashley – Ridge Forrester and Ashley Abbott

Raya – Rick Forrester and Maya Avant

Statt – Steffy Forrester and Wyatt Spencer aka Wyffy

Steam – Steffy Forrester and Liam Spencer

Tally – Thomas Forrester and Sally Spectra, Jr.

Tridge – Taylor Hays and Ridge Forrester

Watie – Wyatt Spencer and Katie Logan

Wivy – Wyatt Spencer and Ivy Forrester

Wyffy – Wyatt Spencer and Steffy Forrester aka Statt

Zencole – Zende Forester and Nicole Avant

Zensasha – Zende Forester and Sasha Thompson

Days of Our Lives

FauxBo – When Bo Brady was replaced by a duplicate

Abben – Abby Deveraux and Ben Rogers

Bope – Bo Brady and Hope Williams

Bristen – Brady Black and Kristen Dimera

Broe – Brady Black and Chloe Lane

Chabby – Chad Dimera and Abby Deveraux

Chabi – Chad Dimera and Gabi Hernandez

Dannifer – Dr. Daniel Jonas and Jennifer Horton

EJAbby – EJ Dimera and Abby Deveraux

EJami – EJ Dimera and Sami Brady

EJole – EJ Dimera and Nicole Walker

Ericole – Eric Brady and Nicole Walker

Haiden – Hope Williams and Aiden Jennings

Horita – Will Horton and Paul Narita

Jaige – Jack “JJ” Devereux and Paige Larson

Jarlena – John Black and Marlena Evans

Jeve – Jack “JJ” Devereux and Eve Donovan

Keddie – Kate Roberts and Eduardo Hernandez

Lumi – Lucas Horton and Sami Brady

PaulSon – Paul Narita and Sonny Kiriakis

Rope – Rafe Hernandez and Hope Williams

Shelle – Shawn Brady and Belle Black

Stayla – Steve “Patch” Johnson and Kayla Brady

Thrady – Theresa Donovan and Brady Black

WilSon – Will Horton and Sonny Kiriakis

General Hospital

Britch or The Britch – an unflattering nickname for Dr. Britt Westbourne, used by her enemies

Fluke – Fake Luke Spencer

HammyFinn – Hamilton Finn

AMor – Ava Jerome and Morgan Corinthos

Brik – Britt Westbourne and Nicolas Cassadine

Bracas – Brad Cooper and Lucas Jones

CarJax – Carly Spencer and Jax Jacks

CarlinaCarlos Rivera and Sabrina Santiago

Cranco – Carly Benson Jacks and Sonny Corinthos

Carson – Carly Benson Jacks and Sonny Corinthos

DnA – Duke Lavery and Anna Devane

Ducy – Duke Lavery and Lucy Cole

Ethina – Ethan Lovett and Kristina Davis

Flelena – “Fluke” Luke Spencer and Helena Cassadine

FrAva – “Franco” Robert James Frank and Ava Jerome

Friz – “Franco” Robert James Frank and Liz Webber

Heydik – Hayden Barnes and Nicolas Cassadine

Hiesl – Hamilton Finn and Liesel Obrecht

Jandre – Jordan Ashford and Andre Maddox

Jarly – Jason Morgan and Carly Benson Jacks

Jasam – Jason Morgan and Sam McCall

JoMax – Johnny Zacchara and Maxie Jones

Julexis – Julian Jerome and Alexis Davis

Jurtis – Jordan Ashford and Curtis Ashford

KevLar – Kevin Collins and Laura Spencer also spelled KevLaur

Killon – Kiki Jerome and Dillon Quatermine

Lante – Lulu Spencer and Dante Falconeri

Lauruke – Laura Williams and Luke Spencer

LiRic – Liz Webber and Ric Lansing

Liason – Liz Webber and Jason Morgan

Lukanna – Luke Spencer and Anna Devane

Luke and Laura – Luke Spencer and Laura Spencer NOTE: Since they were big before couple codes they are generally just referred to as Luke and Laura.

Lutra – Luke Spencer and Traci Quatermaine

McBam – John McBain and Samantha McCall

Miki – Michael Corinthos Quatermaine and Kiki Jerome

MorKiki – Morgan Corinthos and Kiki Jerome aka MorKi

Naxie – Nathan West and Maxie Jones

Nexis – Ned Ashton and Alexis Davis

Niava – Nicolas Cassadine and Ava Jerome

NiCo – Nina Clay and “Franco” Robert James Frank

Niv – Ned Ashton and Olivia Falconeri aka NOlivia

Niz – Nicolas Cassadine and Liz Webber

NOliva – Ned Ashton and Olivia Falconeri aka Niv

Patrina – Patrick Drake and Sabrina Santiago

Pristina – Parker Forsyth and Kristina Corinthos-Davis

RAM – Ric Lansing and Sam McCall

Rexis – Ric Lansing and Alexis Davis

Sakey – Sabrina Santiago and Michael (Mikey) Corinthos Quartermaine

Samtrick – Sam McCall and Patrick Drake

SAveus – Silas Clay and Ava Jerome

ScAva – Scott Baldwin and Ava Jerome

Scrubs – Robin Scorpio and Patrick Drake

Sexis – Sonny Corinthos and Alexis Davis

Shordan – Shawn Butler and Jordan Ashford

Siam – Silas Clay and Sam McCall

Sina – Silas Clay and Nina Clay

SnB – Sonny Corinthos and Brenda Barrett

Snelle – Sonny Corinthos and Nelle Hayes

Solivia – Sonny Corinthos and Olivia Falconeri

Spixie – Damian Spinelli and Maxie Jones

Tarly – Todd Manning and Carly Benson Jacks

Tolly – TJ Ashford and Molly Lansing

Valentina – Valentine Cassadine and Nina Clay

VAnna – Valentine Cassadine and Anna Devane

Vante – Valerie Spencer and Dante Falconerie

Guiding Light

Manny – Michelle Bauer and Danny Santos

Stenz – Paul Anthony Stewart and Joie Lenz  –  This is an unusual couple code in that it actually refers to the last names of the actors who originated the couple and is used to refer to the original Manny as opposed to the second version with Nancy St. Alban.

Stalbans – Paul Anthony Stewart and Nancy St. Alban – The corresponding couple code for the second version of Manny.

Alannie – Alan Spaulding and Annie Dutton

Balex – Buzz Cooper and Alexander Spaulding

Bava – Bill Lewis III and Ava Peralta

Bedmund – Beth Raines and Edmund Winslow

Beneth – Ben Warren and Beth Raines Spaulding

Beva – Buzz Cooper and Reva Shayne aka Ruzz

Bilar – Bill Lewis and Pilar Santos

Billip – Beth Raines and Phillip Spaulding aka Pheth

Bileva – Billy Lewis and Reva Shayne Lewis

Bilivia – Bill Lewis and Olivia Spencer

Bizzie – Bill Lewis and Lizzie Spaulding

Blen – Blake Thorpe and Ben Warren

Bliss – Blake Thorpe and Doris Wolfe (Never a couple on the show, but have a fan base anyway.)

Bloss – Blake Thorpe and Ross Marler

Blujack – Beth Raines and Lujack

Bolivia – Buzz Cooper and Olivia Spencer

Boop – Beth Raines and “Coop” Cooper

Buzzena – Buzz Cooper and Selena Davis

Cadmund – Cassie Layne and Edmund Winslow

Carben – Carmen Santos and Ben Warren

Cart – Cassie Layne and Hart Jessup

Cash – Cassie Layne and Josh Lewis aka Crash – Apparently pro people used this term and anti people used Crash, although Crash seems to be much more heavily used.

Charley – Cyrus Foley and Harley Cooper

Cleva – Clone Reva – Not a couple code, but I thought it could easily be mistaken for one, so I thought I had better include it.

Cooplee – “Coop” Cooper and Ashlee Wolfe

Cozzie – “Coop” Cooper and Lizzie Spaulding

Crash – Cassie Layne and Josh Lewis (ok, I don’t know how they got the r in this one) aka Cash (see note under Cash)

Cyrina – Cyrus Foley and Marina Cooper

Cyrizzie – Cyrus Foley and Lizzie Spaulding

D/D – Danny Santos and Drew Jacobs – A one-night stand not a true couple, but you will occasionally see this referenced in old Manny discussion posts.

Dart – Dinah Marler and Hart Jessup

Dicky – David Grant and Vicky Spaulding

Dresse – Drew Jacobs and Jesse Blue

EAM – Eleni Andros and Alan-Michael Spaulding

Fake – Frank Cooper and Blake Thorpe Marler (Used more by people against the couple, I haven’t seen a pro-alternative)

Feva – Jeffery O’Neill and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Jeffeva

Flex – Fletcher Reade and Alexandra Spaulding

Folly – Fletcher Reade and Holly Thorpe

Fratalia – Frank Cooper and Natalia Aitoro

Freleni – Frank Cooper and Eleni Andros

GusH – Gus Aitoro and Harley Cooper

Harlet – Harley Cooper and A.C. Mallet

Hed – Holly Thorpe and Ed Bauer

Hoss – Holly Thorpe and Ross Marler aka RoHo

Jaisy – James Spaulding and Daisy Cooper

Jammy – Jonathan Randall and Tammy Layne

Jannie – Josh Lewis and Annie Dutton

Jarah – Jeffery O’Neill and Marah Lewis

Jassie – Jeffery O’Neill and Cassie Layne

Jeffeva – Jeffery O’Neill and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Feva

Jeth – Jim LeMay and Beth Raines

Jeva – Josh Lewis and Reva Shayne aka Jova

Jezz – Jenna Bradshaw and Buzz Cooper

Jizzie – Jonathan Randall and Lizzie Spaulding

Jolivia – Josh Lewis and Olivia Spencer

Jonah – Jonathan Randall and Dinah Marler

Jova – Josh Lewis and Reva Shayne aka Jeva (They are almost universally known as Jeva, but I did find one website/listserv named for them under Jova and by my at least one use standard I had to add this variant.)

LAM – Lucy Cooper and Alan-Michael Spaulding

Lillibuzz – Lillian Raines and Buzz Cooper

Malah – A.C. Mallet and Dinah Marler

MannySee Above

Marony – Marah Lewis and Tony Santos

Mattesa – Matt Reardon and Vanessa Chamberlain

Mayne – Marina Cooper and Shayne Lewis

Messe – Michelle Bauer and Jesse Blue

M&M – Marina Cooper and A.C. Mallet

Nova – Dr. Noah Chase and Reva Shayne Lewis

Otalia – Olivia Spencer and Natalia Aitoro

Pharley – Phillip Spaulding and Harley Cooper

Pheth – Phillip Spaulding and Beth Raines aka Billip

Quola – Quint Chamberlain and Nola Reardon

Rabby – Rick Bauer and Abby Blume

Rassie – Richard Winslow and Cassie Layne

Revard – Reva Shayne Lewis and Richard Winslow aka Richeva

Richeva – Richard Winslow and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Revard

Rindia – Ross Marler and India von Halkein

Roarah – Robbie Santos and Sarah Randall

Roginah – Roger Thorpe and Dinah Marler

RoHo – Holly Thorpe and Ross Marler aka Hoss

Rolly – Roger Thorpe and Holly Norris Reade

Ruzz – Reva Shayne and Buzz Cooper aka Beva

Sammy – Sandy Foster and Tammy Layne

Sharina – Shayne Lewis and Marina Cooper

Shaynah – Shayne Lewis and Dinah Marler

Snick – Susan Bates and Nick McHenry

Vanilly – Vanessa Chamberlain and Billy Lewis

One Life to Live

Gex – Gigi Morasco and Walter “Rex” Balsom, Jr.

Kish – Kyle Lewis and Oliver Fish

Stole – Star Manning and Cole Thornhart

TnB – Todd Manning and Blair Cramer

Passions

Kayguel – Kay Bennett and Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald

Lancy – Luis Lopez-Fitzgerald and Fancy Crane

Shuis – Sheridan Crane and Luis Lopez-Fitzgerald

The Young and the Restless

Bily – Billy Abbott and Lily Winters

Chadam – Chelsea Lawson and Adam Newman

Chick – Chelsea Lawson and Nick Newman

Chilly – Chole Mitchell and Billy Abbott

Chylan – Chelsea Lawson and Dylan McAvoy

Davery – Dylan McAvoy and Avery Bailey Clark

Deriah – Devon Hamilton and Mariah Copeland

Hevon – Hillary Curtis and Devon Hamilton

Javery – Joe Clark and Avery Bailey Clark

Joilin – Jill Abbott and Colin Atkinson

Kariah – Kevin Fisher and Mariah Copeland

Likey – Lauren Fenmore and Michael Baldwin

Naul – Nikki Reed and Paul Williams

Navery – Nick Newman and Avery Bailey Clark

Neslie – Neil Winters and Leslie Michaelson

Neilary – Neil Winters and Hillary Curtis

Niktor – Nikki Reed and Victor Newman

Noco – Noah Newman and Courtney Sloan (cop who was murdered)

Phack – Phyllis Summers and Jack Abbott

Phick – Phyllis Summers and Nick Newman

Philly – Phyllis Summers and Billy Abbott

Pricket – Paul Williams and Cricket Blair

Ravishley – Ravi Shapur and Ashley Abbott

Scrabby – Scott Granger and Abby Newman

Shick – Sharon Newman and Nick Newman

Shott – Sharon Newman and Scott Granger

Shylan – Sharon Newman and Dylan McAvoy

Stashley – Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn and Ashley Abbott

Sticky – Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn and Victoria Newman aka Vitch

Tabby – Tyler Michaelson and Abby Carleton Newman

Tobby – Toby and Abby Carleton Newman

Tricky – Travis Crawford and Victoria Neman (going by Tori)

Villy – Victoria Newman and Billy Abbott

Vitch – Victoria Newman and Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn aka Sticky

Big Bang Theory

Bernard  Bernadette Rostenkowski and Howard Wolowitz

Lenny – Leonard and Penny

Shamy – Sheldon and Amy (actually coined and used by Penny on the show, love a shipper)

Boy Meets World/Girl Meets World

Corpanga – Cory “Cornelius” Matthews and Topanga Lawrence Matthews

Castle

Caskett – Richard Castle and Kate Beckett

Esplanie – Javi Esposito and Lanie Parish

Downton Abbey

Chelsie – Charlie Carson and Elsie Hughes

Friends

Mondler – Monica Geller and Chandler Bing

NCIS

Tate – Tony Di Nozzo and Caitlin Todd

Tiva – Tony DiNozzo and Ziva David

The Librarians

Fleve – Flynn Carter and Eve Baird

The Muppets

Kermiggy – Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy

One Tree Hill

Naley – Nathan Scott and Haley James

Psych

Shules – Shawn Spencer and Julie “Jules” O’Hara

Scorpion

Melvester – Meghan O’Brien and Sylvester

Quintis – Tobias and Happy aka Tappy (won out)

Tappy – Tobias and Happy aka Quintis

Waige – Walter and Paige

Star Wars

Hanleia – Han Solo and Princess Leia

UPDATED: July 26, 2017

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Soap Opera Jargon Soap Job

April 15, 2017

Every Friday night I try to post another term of Soap Opera Jargon. Find more on the soap opera jargon page.

Soap Job – On any soap opera jobs aren’t like in real life. Sometimes there will be a specific reason why someone would hire somebody, they save your life or step in at the last minute and pull something off, but mostly you just suddenly have the job TPTB want you to. For instance, Rick Bauer went from changing bed pans to having graduated med school in a matter of weeks. Mel Boudreau had suddenly magically decided that she was a lawyer too, that she had finished law school at med school AT THE SAME TIME! Normally a soap opera job will just fall into your lap and you’ll be the best person at that job ever. There are only very rare failures, like when Patty Williams Abbott tried to be a model on The Young and the Restless or when Frank Cooper’s private detective agency went bust. More commonly you get a job without any background at all and you’ll be a success. Here’s examples via  from One Life to Live Dorian Lord: doctor -> publisher -> art gallery owner -> mayor -> senator. And one from General Hospital Lucy Coe: librarian -> cosmetics company CEO -> realtor. Sadly it doesn’t work that way in real life where you usually have to have some preparation to get a job, but then again it seems like a few people do find those soap opera jobs in real life too.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Agnes Nixon RIP

October 4, 2016

I’m very sorry to pass on that soap legend Agnes Nixon has passed on. During her long career as a soap opera writer, head writer, and soap creator, Nixon had more influence on the soap opera genre than anyone except Irna Phillips. Her first headwriter job was on Guiding Light where she wrote the landmark Bert Bauer pap smear storyline that was an early social issue and saved many lives as a wave of women followed Bert in for a test. Later she wrote a novelization called The Guiding Light in 1967.

When I started working on gathering people for the soap opera conference, I wanted to hury with hopes the people like Agnes Nixon would be able to attend. Sadly that will no longer be possible, but I’m glad to know that her papers have been deposited in a archive.

When Guiding Light was cancelled she was featured in a couple of interviews. I agree with her diagnosis about what went wrong.

https://glmanny.wordpress.com/2010/07/30/agnes-nixon-interview

A news story about her funeral.
http://6abc.com/news/funeral-held-for-soap-opera-creator-agnes-nixon/1534279

Her full obituary in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/entertainment/celebrities_gossip/Agnes-Nixon-85-creator-of-All-My-Children.html

The Northwestern (she was an alumnus and her papers are housed in their archive)
http://news.northwestern.edu/stories/2016/09/obituary-agnes-nixon

The New York Times
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/29/arts/television/agnes-nixon-who-injected-social-ills-into-soap-operas-dies-at-93.html?_r=0

Her death was felt around the soap industry. Especially check out the We Love Soaps and TVSource articles below.

We Love Soaps

Be sure to scroll down for the video interview with Nixon and the links to other We Love Soaps articles that reference Nixon at the bottom. http://www.welovesoaps.net/2016/09/agnes-nixon-has-passed-away.html

http://www.welovesoaps.net/2016/10/agnes-nixon-funeral.html

TVSource

http://tvsourcemagazine.com/2016/09/legendary-soap-creator-agnes-nixon-dies-88/

Michael Fairman

On funeral
http://michaelfairmansoaps.com/news/all-her-children-agnes-nixons-funeral-service-brings-touching-bittersweet-reunion/2016/10/01/

Soaps in Depth

http://abc.soapsindepth.com/posts/agnes-nixon-all-my-children-one-life-to-live-dead-114887

Stars send out repsonses.
http://abc.soapsindepth.com/posts/amc-all-my-children-oltl-one-life-to-live-stars-remember-agnes-nixon-115010

Find more on her life and criticism in Contemporary Authors Online. They recommend and used these sources.

FURTHER READINGS ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

BOOKS

  • Contemporary Literary Criticism, Volume 21, Gale, 1982.
  • Madeleine Edmondson and David Rounds, From Mary Noble to Mary Hartman: The Complete Soap Opera Book, Stein & Day, 1976.
  • Dan Wakefield, All Her Children, Doubleday, 1976.
  • Manuela Soares, The Soap Opera Book, Harmony Books, 1978.
  • Ruth Warrick and Don Preston, The Confessions of Phoebe Tyler, Prentice-Hall, 1980.

PERIODICALS

  • Christian Science Monitor, September 21, 1981.
  • Journal of Popular Culture, winter, 1976.
  • McCall’s, May, 1970.
  • Ms., August, 1974.
  • New York Times, July 7, 1968, December 9, 1968, February 22, 1970, August 2, 1970, May 7, 1972, May 28, 1972, October 20, 1974, September 27, 1981, September 30, 1981.
  • New York Times Magazine, March 23, 1975.
  • Time, January 12, 1976, August 15, 1983.
  • TV Guide, May 3, 1975, June 25, 1983.
  • Variety, September 5, 1951.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Couple Codes Update May 2016

May 12, 2016

Here’s my latest update on creating a list of couple code aka smoosh names aka the names people create for couples by combing their names. For example Manny is Michelle Bauer Santos and Danny Santos and Marony is Marah Lewis and Tony Santos. I’ve posted the list from other soaps before, but I’ve been trying to post quarterly updates to help get suggestions who I’ve missed. I’ve added more since last time, but please check for your favorites (or even the not so favorite couples you can remember). I’m a long way from having all of them for all soaps here. I think I have finally collected most of the Guiding Light couple codes, but I’m adding those below and am now branching out to collect other soaps. The shows and the names are listed in alphabetical order. All couples are eligible to be included if they are on a daytime soap opera and have a commonly used nickname or code.  I threw a few primetime ones on at the bottom too, just for fun. This list is by no means complete at this point, but I found with my work with the Guiding Light list that people tend to respond more after they see what you have.

I also have reserved a spot on the the list for anyone with a nickname that might be confused with a couple code. For example, on the Guiding Light list I’ve included Cleva for Clone Reva. So here are the couples whose name I’ve remember or had suggested to me so far. If you spot I’m missing one from any daytime soap, please let me know on Facebook, Twitter, in the comments below or by e-mailing me at Robansuefarm@hotmail.com

All My Children

BAM – Bianca Montgomery and Maggie Stone

Greenleo – Greenlee Smythe and Leo du Pres

Jamanda – Dr. Joseph “Jake” Henry Martin Jr. and Amanda Dillion

Jannie – Adam Chandler III and Adam Lavery

Minx – Bianca Montgomery and Marisa Ramirez, Binx was Bianca’s nickname.

Rylee – Ryan Lavery and Greenlee Smythe

Zendall – Kendall Hart and Zach Slater

As the World Turns

NutMeg – Meg Snyder once she went around the bend.

Benry – Barbara Ryan and Henry Coleman

CarJack – Carly Tenney and Jack Snyder

HEM – Hal Munson and Emily Stewart

Jacket – Jack Snyder and Janet Ciccone

Linden – Lily Walsh and Holden Snyder

LuRe – Luciano “Luke” Snyder and Reid Oliver

Lusty – Lucy Montgomery and Dusty Donovan

Nuke – Noah Mayer and Luciano “Luke” Snyder

PEG – Paul Ryan and Meg Snyder

PEM – Paul Ryan and Emily Stewart

Willen – Will Munson and Gwen Norbeck

The Bold and the Beautiful

$Bill – Dollar Bill – Nickname for Bill Spencer

Batie – Bill Spencer and Katie Logan

Breacon – Brooke Logan and Deacon Sharpe

Bridge – Brooke Logan and Ridge Forrester

Brill – Brooke Logan and Bill Spencer

CaRidge – Caroline Spencer Forrester and Ridge Forrester

DeQuinn – Deacon Sharpe and Quinn Fuller

Hott – Hope Logan and Wyatt Spencer

Kari – Katie Logan and Ridge Forrester aka Kridge

Kridge – Katie Logan and Ridge Forrester aka Kari (I don’t really acknowledge this as it sounds like something you’d scrape out of a fish filter)

Livy – Liam Spencer and Ivy Forrester

Lope – Liam Spencer and Hope Logan

Nicket – Nick Marone and Bridget Logan

Quiam – Quinn Fuller and Liam Spencer

Ramber – Rick Forrester and Amber Moore

Raya – Rick Forrester and Maya Avant

Statt – Steffy Forrester and Wyatt Spencer aka Wyffy

Steam – Steffy Forrester and Liam Spencer

Tridge – Taylor Hays and Ridge Forrester

Wivy – Wyatt Spencer and Ivy Forrester

Wyffy – Wyatt Spencer and Steffy Forrester aka Statt

Days of Our Lives

FauxBo – When Bo Brady was replaced by a duplicate

Abben – Abby Deveraux and Ben Rogers

Bope – Bo Brady and Hope Williams

Bristen – Brady Black and Kristen Dimera

Broe – Brady Black and Chloe Lane

Dannifer – Dr. Daniel Jonas and Jennifer Horton

EJAbby – EJ Dimera and Abby Deveraux

EJami – EJ Dimera and Sami Brady

EJole – EJ Dimera and Nicole Walker

Ericole – Eric Brady and Nicole Walker

Haiden – Hope Williams and Aiden Jennings

Jaige – Jack “JJ” Devereux and Paige Larson

Jarlena – John Black and Marlena Evans

Jeve – Jack “JJ” Devereux and Eve Donovan

Lumi – Lucas Horton and Sami Brady

Shelle – Shawn Brady and Belle Black

Thrady – Theresa Donovan and Brady Black

WilSon – Will Horton and Sonny Kiriakis

General Hospital

Britch or The Britch – an unflattering nickname for Dr. Britt Westbourne, used by her enemies

Fluke – Fake Luke Spencer

AMor – Ava Jerome and Morgan Corinthos

Brik – Britt Westbourne and Nicolas Cassadine

CarJax – Carly Spencer and Jax Jacks

CarlinaCarlos Rivera and Sabrina Santiago

Cranco – Carly Benson Jacks and Sonny Corinthos

Ducy – Duke Lavery and Lucy Cole

Ethina – Ethan Lovett and Kristina Davis

Flelena – “Fluke” Luke Spencer and Helena Cassadine

FrAva – “Franco” Robert James Frank and Ava Jerome

Friz – “Franco” Robert James Frank and Liz Webber

Heydik – Hayden Barnes and Nicolas Cassadine

Jarly – Jason Morgan and Carly Benson Jacks

Jasam – Jason Morgan and Sam McCall

JoMax – Johnny Zacchara and Maxie Jones

Julexis – Julian Jerome and Alexis Davis

Lante – Lulu Spencer and Dante Falconeri

Lauruke – Laura Williams and Luke Spencer

LiRic – Liz Webber and Ric Lansing

Liason – Liz Webber and Jason Morgan

Lukanna – Luke Spencer and Anna Devane

Lutra – Luke Spencer and Traci Quatermaine

McBam – John McBain and Samantha McCall

Miki – Michael Corinthos Quatermaine and Kiki Jerome

MorKiki – Morgan Corinthos and Kiki Jerome

Naxie – Nathan West and Maxie Jones

Nexis – Ned Ashton and Alexis Davis

NiCo – Nina Clay and “Franco” Robert James Frank

Niv – Ned Ashton and Olivia Falconeri aka NOlivia

Niz – Nicolas Cassadine and Liz Webber

NOliva – Ned Ashton and Olivia Falconeri aka Niv

Patrina – Patrick Drake and Sabrina Santiago

RAM – Ric Lansing and Sam McCall

Rexis – Ric Lansing and Alexis Davis

Sakey – Sabrina Santiago and Michael (Mikey) Corinthos Quartermaine

Samtrick – Sam McCall and Patrick Drake

SAveus – Silas Clay and Ava Jerome

Scava – Scott Baldwin and Ava Jerome

Scrubs – Robin Scorpio and Patrick Drake

Sexis – Sonny Corinthos and Alexis Davis

Shordan – Shawn Butler and Jordan Ashford

Siam – Silas Clay and Sam McCall

Sina – Silas Clay and Nina Clay

Solivia – Sonny Corinthos and Olivia Falconeri

Spixie – Damian Spinelli and Maxie Jones

Tarly – Todd Manning and Carly Benson Jacks

Vante – Valerie Spencer and Dante Falconerie

Guiding Light

Manny – Michelle Bauer and Danny Santos

Stenz – Paul Anthony Stewart and Joie Lenz  –  This is an unusual couple code in that it actually refers to the last names of the actors who originated the couple and is used to refer to the original Manny as opposed to the second version with Nancy St. Alban.

Stalbans – Paul Anthony Stewart and Nancy St. Alban – The corresponding couple code for the second version of Manny.

Alannie – Alan Spaulding and Annie Dutton

Balex – Buzz Cooper and Alexander Spaulding

Bava – Bill Lewis III and Ava Peralta

Bedmund – Beth Raines and Edmund Winslow

Beneth – Ben Warren and Beth Raines Spaulding

Beva – Buzz Cooper and Reva Shayne aka Ruzz

Bilar – Bill Lewis and Pilar Santos

Billip – Beth Raines and Phillip Spaulding aka Pheth

Bileva – Billy Lewis and Reva Shayne Lewis

Bilivia – Bill Lewis and Olivia Spencer

Bizzie – Bill Lewis and Lizzie Spaulding

Blen – Blake Thorpe and Ben Warren

Bliss – Blake Thorpe and Doris Wolfe (Never a couple on the show, but have a fan base anyway.)

Bloss – Blake Thorpe and Ross Marler

Blujack – Beth Raines and Lujack

Bolivia – Buzz Cooper and Olivia Spencer

Boop – Beth Raines and “Coop” Cooper

Buzzena – Buzz Cooper and Selena Davis

Cadmund – Cassie Layne and Edmund Winslow

Carben – Carmen Santos and Ben Warren

Cart – Cassie Layne and Hart Jessup

Cash – Cassie Layne and Josh Lewis aka Crash – Apparently pro people used this term and anti people used Crash, although Crash seems to be much more heavily used.

Charley – Cyrus Foley and Harley Cooper

Cleva – Clone Reva – Not a couple code, but I thought it could easily be mistaken for one, so I thought I had better include it.

Cooplee – “Coop” Cooper and Ashlee Wolfe

Cozzie – “Coop” Cooper and Lizzie Spaulding

Crash – Cassie Layne and Josh Lewis (ok, I don’t know how they got the r in this one) aka Cash (see note under Cash)

Cyrina – Cyrus Foley and Marina Cooper

Cyrizzie – Cyrus Foley and Lizzie Spaulding

D/D – Danny Santos and Drew Jacobs – A one-night stand not a true couple, but you will occasionally see this referenced in old Manny discussion posts.

Dart – Dinah Marler and Hart Jessup

Dicky – David Grant and Vicky Spaulding

Dresse – Drew Jacobs and Jesse Blue

EAM – Eleni Andros and Alan-Michael Spaulding

Fake – Frank Cooper and Blake Thorpe Marler (Used more by people against the couple, I haven’t seen a pro-alternative)

Feva – Jeffery O’Neill and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Jeffeva

Flex – Fletcher Reade and Alexandra Spaulding

Folly – Fletcher Reade and Holly Thorpe

Fratalia – Frank Cooper and Natalia Aitoro

Freleni – Frank Cooper and Eleni Andros

GusH – Gus Aitoro and Harley Cooper

Harlet – Harley Cooper and A.C. Mallet

Hed – Holly Thorpe and Ed Bauer

Hoss – Holly Thorpe and Ross Marler aka RoHo

Jaisy – James Spaulding and Daisy Cooper

Jammy – Jonathan Randall and Tammy Layne

Jarah – Jeffery O’Neill and Marah Lewis

Jassie – Jeffery O’Neill and Cassie Layne

Jeffeva – Jeffery O’Neill and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Feva

Jeth – Jim LeMay and Beth Raines

Jeva – Josh Lewis and Reva Shayne aka Jova

Jezz – Jenna Bradshaw and Buzz Cooper

Jizzie – Jonathan Randall and Lizzie Spaulding

Jolivia – Josh Lewis and Olivia Spencer

Jonah – Jonathan Randall and Dinah Marler

Jova – Josh Lewis and Reva Shayne aka Jeva (They are almost universally known as Jeva, but I did find one website/listserv named for them under Jova and by my at least one use standard I had to add this variant.)

LAM – Lucy Cooper and Alan-Michael Spaulding

Lillibuzz – Lillian Raines and Buzz Cooper

Malah – A.C. Mallet and Dinah Marler

MannySee Above

Marony – Marah Lewis and Tony Santos

Mattesa – Matt Reardon and Vanessa Chamberlain

Mayne – Marina Cooper and Shayne Lewis

Messe – Michelle Bauer and Jesse Blue

M&M – Marina Cooper and A.C. Mallet

Nova – Dr. Noah Chase and Reva Shayne Lewis

Otalia – Olivia Spencer and Natalia Aitoro

Pharley – Phillip Spaulding and Harley Cooper

Pheth – Phillip Spaulding and Beth Raines aka Billip

Quola – Quint Chamberlain and Nola Reardon

Rabby – Rick Bauer and Abby Blume

Rassie – Richard Winslow and Cassie Layne

Revard – Reva Shayne Lewis and Richard Winslow aka Richeva

Richeva – Richard Winslow and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Revard

Rindia – Ross Marler and India von Halkein

Roarah – Robbie Santos and Sarah Randall

Roginah – Roger Thorpe and Dinah Marler

RoHo – Holly Thorpe and Ross Marler aka Hoss

Rolly – Roger Thorpe and Holly Norris Reade

Ruzz – Reva Shayne and Buzz Cooper aka Beva

Sammy – Sandy Foster and Tammy Layne

Sharina – Shayne Lewis and Marina Cooper

Shaynah – Shayne Lewis and Dinah Marler

Snick – Susan Bates and Nick McHenry

Vanilly – Vanessa Chamberlain and Billy Lewis

One Life to Live

Gex – Gigi Morasco and Walter “Rex” Balsom, Jr.

Kish – Kyle Lewis and Oliver Fish

Stole – Star Manning and Cole Thornhart

TnB – Todd Manning and Blair Cramer

Passions

Kayguel – Kay Bennett and Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald

The Young and the Restless

Chadam – Chelsea Lawson and Adam Newman

Chilly – Chole Mitchell and Billy Abbott

Chylan – Chelsea Lawson and Dylan McAvoy

Davery – Dylan McAvoy and Avery Bailey Clark

Hevon – Hillary Curtis and Devon Hamilton

Javery – Joe Clark and Avery Bailey Clark

Kariah – Kevin Fisher and Mariah Copeland

Likey – Lauren Fenmore and Michael Baldwin

Naul – Nikki Reed and Paul Williams

Navery – Nick Newman and Avery Bailey Clark

Neslie – Neil Winters and Leslie Michaelson

Neilary – Neil Winters and Hillary Curtis

Niktor – Nikki Reed and Victor Newman

Noco – Noah Newman and Courtney Sloan

Phack – Phyllis Summers and Jack Abbott

Phick – Phyllis Summers and Nick Newman

Shick – Sharon Newman and Nick Newman

Shylan – Sharon Newman and Dylan McAvoy

Stashley – Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn and Ashley Abbott

Sticky – Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn and Victoria Newman aka Vitch

Tabby – Tyler Michaelson and Abby Carleton Newman

Tobby – Toby and Abby Carleton Newman

Villy – Victoria Newman and Billy Abbott

Vitch – Victoria Newman and Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn aka Sticky

Big Bang Theory

Lenny – Leonard and Penny

Shamy – Sheldon and Amy (actually coined and used by Penny on the show, love a shipper)

Boy Meets World/Girl Meets World

Corpanga – Cory “Cornelius” Matthews and Topanga Lawrence Matthews

Castle

Caskett – Richard Castle and Kate Beckett

Esplanie – Javi Esposito and Lanie Parish

Downton Abbey

Chelsie – Charlie Carson and Elsie Hughes

Friends

Mondler – Monica Geller and Chandler Bing

NCIS

Tate – Tony Di Nozzo and Caitlin Todd

Tiva – Tony DiNozzo and Ziva David

The Librarians

Fleve – Flynn Carter and Eve Baird

The Muppets

Kermiggy – Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy

One Tree Hill

Naley – Nathan Scott and Haley James

Psych

Shules – Shawn Spencer and Julie “Jules” O’Hara

Scorpion

Quintis – Tobias and Happy aka Tappy (won out)

Tappy – Tobias and Happy aka Quintis

Waige – Walter and Paige

UPDATED: May 11, 2016

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Odds and Ends 47

May 4, 2016

While looking for Guiding Light information, I sometimes find things that I think are of interest relating to other soaps. This collection of Odds and Ends related to various soaps that someone may want to know some time. Look for another odds and ends post soon.

Rebecca Campbell, president of ABC’s owned TV stations, is adding daytime programming to her watch following the departure of Paul Lee as entertainment president.”
http://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/programming/campbell-given-abc-daytime-oversight/154079

The December 14, 2016 issue of Soap Opera Digest list a small group of Hollywood stars who visited various soaps over the years. They include:

  • 1980 – Sammy Davis, Jr. on One Life to Live
  • 1981 – Zsa Zsa Gabor on As the World Turns
  • 1981 – Milton Berle and Elizabeth Taylor on General Hospital
  • 1986 – Liberace on Another World
  • 1993 – Charlton Heston on The Bold and the Beautiful
  • 2011 – Carol Burnett on All My Children (one of several guest stops)

The Jan. 26, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth adds

  • Michael McDonald guest-starred on The Young and the Restless in the 1980s where he sang his hits “Our Love” and “Sweet Freedom.”

The February 22, 2016 issue of Soap Opera Digest has a list of this year’s pre-nominees.

Dawn Wells (MaryAnn off Gilligan’s Island) appears as an old friend for Eric and Stephanie Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful. Read more about it in the February 22, 2016 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Meg Mundy who played Mona Aldrich Croft on The Doctors for a decade passed away January 12, at 101. Read more about it in the February 22, 2016 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Alyvia Alyn Lind (Faith Newman on the Young and the Restless) starred as Dolly Parton in The Coat of Many Colors. Read more about it in the December 14, 2015 issue of Soap Opera Digest and the December 14, 2015 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth. 

Stars from The Bold and the Beautiful share about their life behind the scenes from the first things they do when they reach the set to the last thing they do before they leave. Check it out in the February 1, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

How Actors Deal With Co-Star Exits find out more in the December 14, 2015 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

What Soap alums Miss Most About Not Being in Daytime Anymore in the February 1, 2016 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Days of Our Lives celebrated their Day of Days event at Universal Studios. Check out a great collection of photos from it in the December 14, 2015 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

The Bold and the Beautiful threw Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan Forrester) a good luck party when she went off to the Ironman competition. The photos include Producer Mark Pinciotti, Producer/Director Cynthia J. Popp, Supervising Producer Rhonda Friedman, and Supervising Producer Casey Kasprzyk. See them in the December 14, 2015 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

The book Sam and Jason read to Danny on the March 2, 2016 episode of General Hospital, The Four Clever Brothers, really exists.

Joseph Mascolo (Stefano Dimera) talks about retiring from the show (although he might be willing for being an occasional ghost shot) read the full interview in the Feb. 1, 2016 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

After a one-car automobile accident (it’s believed he fell asleep at the wheel and crashed when he woke and over compensated) Nathaniel Marston died in the hospital on November 11, 2015. Marston appeared on As the World Turns where he played Eddie who with Georgia were shaping up to be the Tom and Margo of the new generation when they were given a happy ending and written off the show. Sadly he had personal issues off screen which dogged him on his new role on One Life to Live and beyond. His mother said that he had gotten his life together when the accident happened. Read more about it in the December 14, 2015 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Learn the stories of Katherine Chancellor’s two suicide attemps in the InDepth Answers of Jan. 26, 2016 issue of CBS Soaps in Depth.

Ten years after terrorizing Lauren Fenmore as Shawn an obsessed fan actor Grant Crammer returned as a different character, a Jabot employee in 1996. Read more about it in the December 14, 2015 issue of Soap Opera Digest.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

Couple Codes Update February 2016

February 17, 2016

Here’s my latest update on creating a list of couple code aka smoosh names aka the names people create for couples by combing their names. For example Manny is Michelle Bauer Santos and Danny Santos and Marony is Marah Lewis and Tony Santos. I’ve posted the list from other soaps before, but I’ve been trying to post quarterly updates to help get suggestions who I’ve missed. I’ve added more since last time, but please check for your favorites (or even the not so favorite couples you can remember). I’m a long way from having all of them for all soaps here. I think I have finally collected most of the Guiding Light couple codes, but I’m adding those below and am now branching out to collect other soaps. The shows and the names are listed in alphabetical order. All couples are eligible to be included if they are on a daytime soap opera and have a commonly used nickname or code.  I threw a few primetime ones on at the bottom too, just for fun. This list is by no means complete at this point, but I found with my work with the Guiding Light list that people tend to respond more after they see what you have.

I also have reserved a spot on the the list for anyone with a nickname that might be confused with a couple code. For example, on the Guiding Light list I’ve included Cleva for Clone Reva. So here are the couples whose name I’ve remember or had suggested to me so far. If you spot I’m missing one from any daytime soap, please let me know on Facebook, Twitter, in the comments below or by e-mailing me at Robansuefarm@hotmail.com

All My Children

BAM – Bianca Montgomery and Maggie Stone

Greenleo – Greenlee Smythe and Leo du Pres

Jamanda – Dr. Joseph “Jake” Henry Martin Jr. and Amanda Dillion

Jannie – Adam Chandler III and Adam Lavery

Rylee – Ryan Lavery and Greenlee Smythe

Zendall – Kendall Hart and Zach Slater

As the World Turns

NutMeg – Meg Snyder once she went around the bend.

Benry – Barbara Ryan and Henry Coleman

CarJack – Carly Tenney and Jack Snyder

HEM – Hal Munson and Emily Stewart

Jacket – Jack Snyder and Janet Ciccone

Linden – Lily Walsh and Holden Snyder

LuRe – Luciano “Luke” Snyder and Reid Oliver

Lusty – Lucy Montgomery and Dusty Donovan

Nuke – Noah Mayer and Luciano “Luke” Snyder

PEG – Paul Ryan and Meg Snyder

PEM – Paul Ryan and Emily Stewart

Willen – Will Munson and Gwen Norbeck

The Bold and the Beautiful

$Bill – Dollar Bill – Nickname for Bill Spencer

Batie – Bill Spencer and Katie Logan

Breacon – Brooke Logan and Deacon Sharpe

Bridge – Brooke Logan and Ridge Forrester

Brill – Brooke Logan and Bill Spencer

CaRidge – Caroline Spencer Forrester and Ridge Forrester

Hott – Hope Logan and Wyatt Spencer

Kari – Katie Logan and Ridge Forrester aka Kridge

Kridge – Katie Logan and Ridge Forrester aka Kari (I don’t really acknowledge this as it sounds like something you’d scrape out of a fish filter)

Livy – Liam Spencer and Ivy Forrester

Lope – Liam Spencer and Hope Logan

Nicket – Nick Marone and Bridget Logan

Ramber – Rick Forrester and Amber Moore

Raya – Rick Forrester and Maya Avant

Steam – Steffy Forrester and Liam Spencer

Tridge – Taylor Hays and Ridge Forrester

Wivy – Wyatt Spencer and Ivy Forrester

Days of Our Lives

FauxBo – When Bo Brady was replaced by a duplicate

Abben – Abby Deveraux and Ben Rogers

Bope – Bo Brady and Hope Williams

Bristen – Brady Black and Kristen Dimera

Broe – Brady Black and Chloe Lane

Dannifer – Dr. Daniel Jonas and Jennifer Horton

EJAbby – EJ Dimera and Abby Deveraux

EJami – EJ Dimera and Sami Brady

EJole – EJ Dimera and Nicole Walker

Ericole – Eric Brady and Nicole Walker

Haiden – Hope Williams and Aiden Jennings

Jaige – Jack “JJ” Devereux and Paige Larson

Jarlena – John Black and Marlena Evans

Jeve – Jack “JJ” Devereux and Eve Donovan

Lumi – Lucas Horton and Sami Brady

Shelle – Shawn Brady and Belle Black

Thrady – Theresa Donovan and Brady Black

WilSon – Will Horton and Sonny Kiriakis

General Hospital

Britch or The Britch – an unflattering nickname for Dr. Britt Westbourne, used by her enemies

Fluke – Fake Luke Spencer

AMor – Ava Jerome and Morgan Corinthos

Brik – Britt Westbourne and Nicolas Cassadine

CarJax – Carly Spencer and Jax Jacks

CarlinaCarlos Rivera and Sabrina Santiago

Cranco – Carly Benson Jacks and Sonny Corinthos

Ducy – Duke Lavery and Lucy Cole

Ethina – Ethan Lovett and Kristina Davis

Flelena – “Fluke” Luke Spencer and Helena Cassadine

FrAva – “Franco” Robert James Frank and Ava Jerome

Friz – “Franco” Robert James Frank and Liz Webber

Heydik – Hayden Barnes and Nicolas Cassadine

Jarly – Jason Morgan and Carly Benson Jacks

Jasam – Jason Morgan and Sam McCall

JoMax – Johnny Zacchara and Maxie Jones

Julexis – Julian Jerome and Alexis Davis

Lante – Lulu Spencer and Dante Falconeri

Lauruke – Laura Williams and Luke Spencer

LiRic – Liz Webber and Ric Lansing

Liason – Liz Webber and Jason Morgan

Lukanna – Luke Spencer and Anna Devane

Lutra – Luke Spencer and Traci Quatermaine

McBam – John McBain and Samantha McCall

Miki – Michael Corinthos Quatermaine and Kiki Jerome

MorKiki – Morgan Corinthos and Kiki Jerome

Naxie – Nathan West and Maxie Jones

Nexis – Ned Ashton and Alexis Davis

NiCo – Nina Clay and “Franco” Robert James Frank

Niv – Ned Ashton and Olivia Falconeri aka NOlivia

Niz – Nicolas Cassadine and Liz Webber

NOliva – Ned Ashton and Olivia Falconeri aka Niv

Patrina – Patrick Drake and Sabrina Santiago

RAM – Ric Lansing and Sam McCall

Rexis – Ric Lansing and Alexis Davis

Sakey – Sabrina Santiago and Michael (Mikey) Corinthos Quartermaine

Samtrick – Sam McCall and Patrick Drake

SAveus – Silas Clay and Ava Jerome

Scava – Scott Baldwin and Ava Jerome

Scrubs – Robin Scorpio and Patrick Drake

Sexis – Sonny Corinthos and Alexis Davis

Shordan – Shawn Butler and Jordan Ashford

Siam – Silas Clay and Sam McCall

Sina – Silas Clay and Nina Clay

Solivia – Sonny Corinthos and Olivia Falconeri

Spixie – Damian Spinelli and Maxie Jones

Tarly – Todd Manning and Carly Benson Jacks

Guiding Light

Manny – Michelle Bauer and Danny Santos

Stenz – Paul Anthony Stewart and Joie Lenz  –  This is an unusual couple code in that it actually refers to the last names of the actors who originated the couple and is used to refer to the original Manny as opposed to the second version with Nancy St. Alban.

Stalbans – Paul Anthony Stewart and Nancy St. Alban – The corresponding couple code for the second version of Manny.

Alannie – Alan Spaulding and Annie Dutton

Balex – Buzz Cooper and Alexander Spaulding

Bava – Bill Lewis III and Ava Peralta

Bedmund – Beth Raines and Edmund Winslow

Beneth – Ben Warren and Beth Raines Spaulding

Beva – Buzz Cooper and Reva Shayne aka Ruzz

Bilar – Bill Lewis and Pilar Santos

Billip – Beth Raines and Phillip Spaulding aka Pheth

Bileva – Billy Lewis and Reva Shayne Lewis

Bilivia – Bill Lewis and Olivia Spencer

Bizzie – Bill Lewis and Lizzie Spaulding

Blen – Blake Thorpe and Ben Warren

Bliss – Blake Thorpe and Doris Wolfe (Never a couple on the show, but have a fan base anyway.)

Bloss – Blake Thorpe and Ross Marler

Blujack – Beth Raines and Lujack

Bolivia – Buzz Cooper and Olivia Spencer

Boop – Beth Raines and “Coop” Cooper

Buzzena – Buzz Cooper and Selena Davis

Cadmund – Cassie Layne and Edmund Winslow

Carben – Carmen Santos and Ben Warren

Cart – Cassie Layne and Hart Jessup

Cash – Cassie Layne and Josh Lewis aka Crash – Apparently pro people used this term and anti people used Crash, although Crash seems to be much more heavily used.

Charley – Cyrus Foley and Harley Cooper

Cleva – Clone Reva – Not a couple code, but I thought it could easily be mistaken for one, so I thought I had better include it.

Cooplee – “Coop” Cooper and Ashlee Wolfe

Cozzie – “Coop” Cooper and Lizzie Spaulding

Crash – Cassie Layne and Josh Lewis (ok, I don’t know how they got the r in this one) aka Cash (see note under Cash)

Cyrina – Cyrus Foley and Marina Cooper

Cyrizzie – Cyrus Foley and Lizzie Spaulding

D/D – Danny Santos and Drew Jacobs – A one-night stand not a true couple, but you will occasionally see this referenced in old Manny discussion posts.

Dart – Dinah Marler and Hart Jessup

Dicky – David Grant and Vicky Spaulding

Dresse – Drew Jacobs and Jesse Blue

EAM – Eleni Andros and Alan-Michael Spaulding

Fake – Frank Cooper and Blake Thorpe Marler (Used more by people against the couple, I haven’t seen a pro-alternative)

Feva – Jeffery O’Neill and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Jeffeva

Flex – Fletcher Reade and Alexandra Spaulding

Folly – Fletcher Reade and Holly Thorpe

Fratalia – Frank Cooper and Natalia Aitoro

Freleni – Frank Cooper and Eleni Andros

GusH – Gus Aitoro and Harley Cooper

Harlet – Harley Cooper and A.C. Mallet

Hed – Holly Thorpe and Ed Bauer

Hoss – Holly Thorpe and Ross Marler aka RoHo

Jaisy – James Spaulding and Daisy Cooper

Jammy – Jonathan Randall and Tammy Layne

Jarah – Jeffery O’Neill and Marah Lewis

Jassie – Jeffery O’Neill and Cassie Layne

Jeffeva – Jeffery O’Neill and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Feva

Jeth – Jim LeMay and Beth Raines

Jeva – Josh Lewis and Reva Shayne aka Jova

Jezz – Jenna Bradshaw and Buzz Cooper

Jizzie – Jonathan Randall and Lizzie Spaulding

Jolivia – Josh Lewis and Olivia Spencer

Jonah – Jonathan Randall and Dinah Marler

Jova – Josh Lewis and Reva Shayne aka Jeva (They are almost universally known as Jeva, but I did find one website/listserv named for them under Jova and by my at least one use standard I had to add this variant.)

LAM – Lucy Cooper and Alan-Michael Spaulding

Lillibuzz – Lillian Raines and Buzz Cooper

Malah – A.C. Mallet and Dinah Marler

MannySee Above

Marony – Marah Lewis and Tony Santos

Mattesa – Matt Reardon and Vanessa Chamberlain

Mayne – Marina Cooper and Shayne Lewis

Messe – Michelle Bauer and Jesse Blue

M&M – Marina Cooper and A.C. Mallet

Nova – Dr. Noah Chase and Reva Shayne Lewis

Otalia – Olivia Spencer and Natalia Aitoro

Pharley – Phillip Spaulding and Harley Cooper

Pheth – Phillip Spaulding and Beth Raines aka Billip

Quola – Quint Chamberlain and Nola Reardon

Rabby – Rick Bauer and Abby Blume

Rassie – Richard Winslow and Cassie Layne

Revard – Reva Shayne Lewis and Richard Winslow aka Richeva

Richeva – Richard Winslow and Reva Shayne Lewis aka Revard

Rindia – Ross Marler and India von Halkein

Roarah – Robbie Santos and Sarah Randall

Roginah – Roger Thorpe and Dinah Marler

RoHo – Holly Thorpe and Ross Marler aka Hoss

Rolly – Roger Thorpe and Holly Norris Reade

Ruzz – Reva Shayne and Buzz Cooper aka Beva

Sammy – Sandy Foster and Tammy Layne

Sharina – Shayne Lewis and Marina Cooper

Shaynah – Shayne Lewis and Dinah Marler

Snick – Susan Bates and Nick McHenry

Vanilly – Vanessa Chamberlain and Billy Lewis

One Life to Live

Gex – Gigi Morasco and Walter “Rex” Balsom, Jr.

Kish – Kyle Lewis and Oliver Fish

Stole – Star Manning and Cole Thornhart

TnB – Todd Manning and Blair Cramer

The Young and the Restless

Chadam – Chelsea Lawson and Adam Newman

Chilly – Chole Mitchell and Billy Abbott

Chylan – Chelsea Lawson and Dylan McAvoy

Davery – Dylan McAvoy and Avery Bailey Clark

Hevon – Hillary Curtis and Devon Hamilton

Javery – Joe Clark and Avery Bailey Clark

Kariah – Kevin Fisher and Mariah Copeland

Likey – Lauren Fenmore and Michael Baldwin

Naul – Nikki Reed and Paul Williams

Navery – Nick Newman and Avery Bailey Clark

Neslie – Neil Winters and Leslie Michaelson

Neilary – Neil Winters and Hillary Curtis

Niktor – Nikki Reed and Victor Newman

Noco – Noah Newman and Courtney Sloan

Phack – Phyllis Summers and Jack Abbott

Phick – Phyllis Summers and Nick Newman

Shick – Sharon Newman and Nick Newman

Shylan – Sharon Newman and Dylan McAvoy

Stashley – Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn and Ashley Abbott

Sticky – Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn and Victoria Newman aka Vitch

Tabby – Tyler Michaelson and Abby Carleton Newman

Tobby – Toby and Abby Carleton Newman

Villy – Victoria Newman and Billy Abbott

Vitch – Victoria Newman and Ben ‘Stitch’ Rayburn aka Sticky

Big Bang Theory

Lenny – Leonard and Penny

Shamy – Sheldon and Amy (actually coined and used by Penny on the show, love a shipper)

Boy Meets World/Girl Meets World

Corpanga – Cory “Cornelius” Matthews and Topanga Lawrence Matthews

Castle

Caskett – Richard Castle and Kate Beckett

Esplanie – Javi Esposito and Lanie Parish

Downton Abbey

Chelsie – Charlie Carson and Elsie Hughes

Friends

Mondler – Monica Geller and Chandler Bing

NCIS

Tate – Tony Di Nozzo and Caitlin Todd

Tiva – Tony DiNozzo and Ziva David

The Librarians

Fleve – Flynn Carter and Eve Baird

The Muppets

Kermiggy – Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy

One Tree Hill

Naley – Nathan Scott and Haley James

Psych

Shules – Shawn Spencer and Julie “Jules” O’Hara

Scorpion

Quintis – Tobias and Happy aka Tappy (won out)

Tappy – Tobias and Happy aka Quintis

Waige – Walter and Paige

UPDATED: February 16, 2016

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

 

TV Shows Only in Soapdom Update

September 10, 2015

Thanks to tips from several different readers we have fleshed out our list. Are we still missing any? Exact names preferred, but if you can describe which characters were on it on what show that helps too.

DAYTIME

All My Children

Erica Kane hosted the talk show Cutting Edge. Todd Martin also served as producer and host.

Kane was also former producer and host of Nothing But the Truth

Another World

Felicia Gallant hosted the talk show Jam Session (formerly Breakfast with Felicia)

As the World Turns

Kim Hughes hosted a local talk show for a long time called Patterns

Katie Peretti and Brad Snyder hosted the talk show Oakdale Now

WOAK local news hosted by Molly Conlin and Katie Peretti (at different times),  produced by Henry Coleman

The Bold and the Beautiful

Pam Douglas and Donna Logan Forrester hosted the Spencer Publications produced fashion show The Catwalk.

Days of Our Lives

Jack and Jennifer Deveraux hosted the talk show In the House from their house. Jennifer had previously been a TV reporter.

General Hospital

Christina Comes for Christmas was a classic Christmas movie like Miracle on 34th Street. It also appeared on One Life to Live, it was a Ron C creation. Black & white clips were filmed and shown on screen.

Guiding Light

Chelsea Reardon and Johnny Bauer hosted the talk show One on One

Nadine Cooper hosted The Love Bug

Reva Shayne Lewis hosted the talk show The Reva Lewis Show (She was eventually fired because the owners thought she was too old, setting off a drinking spree, Josh bought the station to get her show back, but she decided she didn’t want to do it anymore.) Previously Reva had occasionally covered local news stories as a reporter.

The Law a rip off of Cops focusing on local Springfield police.
https://glmanny.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/the-law

WSPR local news – Dinah Marler was the station owner and frequent on air talent

One Life to Live

Access Llanview was a tabloid type show hosted by Wendy Williams  and later Carolina Bermudez

Dorian Lord hosted The View on Llanview

Fraternity Row was a long time soap within a soap
https://glmanny.wordpress.com/2012/01/13/oltl-gives-meaning-of-soaps

Don’t have a confirmation of this title but You Never Know Tomorrow was a rival soap to Fraternity Row

The Daisy Awards were the equivalent of the Daytime Emmys:
http://www.welovesoaps.net/2009/07/classic-clip-daisy-awards-1989.html

Christina Comes for Christmas was a classic Christmas movie like Miracle on 34th Street, also appeared on General Hospital. Black & white clips were filmed and shown on screen. See General Hospital section.

PRIMETIME

Castle

Temptation Lane was a soap that Richard Castle’s mother appeared on years ago an on whose set Caskett solved a murder. Included in the “cast” was Rebecca Budig and Corbin Bernsen.

Newhart

Vermont Today was Dick Louden (Bob Newhart)’s talk show.

Psych

During the second series Gus and Shawn solve a murder on the set of the telenovela Explosion Gigantesca de Romance. Shawn goes undercover joining the cast as “Chad” the delivery boy.
http://www2.usanetwork.com/series/psych/theshow/episodeguide/episodes/s2_homicidio/index.html

Twin Peaks

Invitation To Love was a soap opera the first season.

Can you think of any more TV only shows from Daytime or Primetime?

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.


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